Fernando Fierro Death, Obituary – It is thought that the suspect who led law enforcement on a high-speed chase yesterday night has taken refuge in a mobile home park in Lancaster. Approximately 11:45 o’clock in the evening On Tuesday night, law enforcement officers with the California Highway Patrol were attempting to apprehend the suspect.
Before getting on the northbound Antelope (14) Highway Freeway, he was traveling through the surface streets of Palmdale at rates of over 130 miles per hour.
The suspect is said to have departed the freeway and entered the Lido Estates mobile home park, which is situated in the 2500 block of East Avenue I, according to the reports that were acquired at the site.
During the time of the event, the suspect was in the company of one youngster, a boy who was 17 months old at the time. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was made aware of the situation by the California Highway Patrol, which prompted the LASD to dispatch a SWAT team to the location where the incident was taking place. Wednesday’s standoff lasted all day and into the late hours of the day, and California Highway Patrol officers were stationed in the area.
The California Highway Patrol has identified the suspect as Fernando Fierro. According to a press release that was distributed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD), sheriff’s deputies shot and killed the suspect at approximately 9:05 p.m. on Wednesday, December 21, after he allegedly pointed a gun at the child’s head. Fierro’s name was confirmed to be Fernando Fierro by the CHP.